First-ever outdoor camping festival in Singapore to offer workshops, live performances
Some workshops include indigo dyeing and chopstick making.
You will now be able to partake in workshops, be enthralled by live performances, and treat yourselves to a selection of smoked meat and beer bites at the first ever outdoor camping festival jointly organised by Wheeler’s Estate and Whytespace.Co.
Held on Nov 5 and 6, the Pretty Ch!ll Festival is free to enter but would require additional fees for selected activities.
Workshops by Whytespace
For the attendees who are keen to learn the ropes of recycling plastics or expand their knowledge in natural indigo dyeing, Whytespace.Co has lined up a few beginner-friendly workshops to understand the basics of these crafts.
Those who sign-up will get hands-on experience with traditional tools and techniques. They can make their own recycled plastic products like coasters and carabiners.
Workshop prices range between $25 to $55, depending on what you sign up for.
Outdoor Grill Stations
The Wheeler’s Estate Smokes Menu will include Aussie briskets, beef short ribs, and even pork butt.
Light eater? You can still sink your teeth in its chilli beef munchskins, lamb shawarma, and more.
Its signature 1.3kg ‘Tomahawk’ and grilled fremantle octopus will also be available from 7pm if you have the appetite for a hearty dinner.
Into thrifting? You will be stoked to know that there will be five vintage pop-ups at the festival, with familiar names like Rags & Roaches, Cappo’s Garage Singapore, and Shibui World selling preloved vintage articles.
Live Indie Bands
If you want to soak in the festival vibes and groove to indie music while enjoying a satisfying lunch or dinner, be sure to catch the line-ups for Nov 5 and 6. Music acts Carpet Golfs, Subsonic Eye, Blush, Cactus Cactus, Blush, and Forests are set to make an appearance.